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Calvin Jude Boudreaux

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Calvin Jude Boudreaux

Birth
Paulina, St. James Parish, Louisiana, USA
Death
30 Oct 2016 (aged 78)
Zachary, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA
Burial
Zachary, East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, USA Add to Map
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Calvin Jude Boudreaux was a lifelong resident of Zachary. He worked a total of 40 years at Boudreaux-Langlois Motors, Nelson and East and Superior Ford all in Zachary. Calvin died on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was 78 years old, a native of Paulina and a US Army veteran.

Visitation will be at First Baptist Church Zachary on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016 from 5pm until 9pm and continues at the church on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 from 9am until religious service at 10am conducted by Dr. Wayne Barnes. Burial will be at Azalea Rest Cemetery, Zachary.

He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Ann Boudreaux. 2 daughters, Rebecca Brian and husband, Tracy and Tammy Bauer and husband, Alvin, 5 sons, Jeff Boudreaux and wife Sharon, Michael Boudreaux, Danny Myers and wife, Mello, William Myers and wife, Jill, and Shane Myers and wife, Jeannette. A sister, Clara Daigle. 17 grandchildren, Brandon Boudreaux, Amber Boudreaux, Bailey Boudreaux, Hannah Thompson, Lauren Thompson, Logan Thompson, Cary Myers, Molly Sartin, Paige Fancher, Annie Templet, Ben Myers, Beau Myers, Landon Bauer, Gabby Myers, Laird Brian, Aubin Brian and Jude Brian. 6 great grandchildren, Carter Fancher, Clay Fancher, Emery Fancher, Allie Fancher, Kylie Brown and Baby Girl Sartin due in November.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Alex and Iola Boudreaux, brothers, Irving and Jerry Boudreaux, sister in law, Cherry Boudreaux and brothers in law, Manuel Daigle and Sam Eastham.

Pallbearers will be Logan Thompson, Cary Myers, Ben Myers, Brandon Boudreaux, Beau Myers, and Landon Bauer.

Honorary pallbearers will be Kenny Tate and Jesse Gray.

Calvin was on the Zachary City Council for 24 years. He played football at Southeastern and was inducted into the Baker High School Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

His favorite place was spending time on his back patio filled with family and friends and his greatest love was his family…his wife, children, brothers, sister, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Published online by Charlet Funeral Home, Zachary, Louisiana.
Calvin Jude Boudreaux was a lifelong resident of Zachary. He worked a total of 40 years at Boudreaux-Langlois Motors, Nelson and East and Superior Ford all in Zachary. Calvin died on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was 78 years old, a native of Paulina and a US Army veteran.

Visitation will be at First Baptist Church Zachary on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016 from 5pm until 9pm and continues at the church on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 from 9am until religious service at 10am conducted by Dr. Wayne Barnes. Burial will be at Azalea Rest Cemetery, Zachary.

He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Ann Boudreaux. 2 daughters, Rebecca Brian and husband, Tracy and Tammy Bauer and husband, Alvin, 5 sons, Jeff Boudreaux and wife Sharon, Michael Boudreaux, Danny Myers and wife, Mello, William Myers and wife, Jill, and Shane Myers and wife, Jeannette. A sister, Clara Daigle. 17 grandchildren, Brandon Boudreaux, Amber Boudreaux, Bailey Boudreaux, Hannah Thompson, Lauren Thompson, Logan Thompson, Cary Myers, Molly Sartin, Paige Fancher, Annie Templet, Ben Myers, Beau Myers, Landon Bauer, Gabby Myers, Laird Brian, Aubin Brian and Jude Brian. 6 great grandchildren, Carter Fancher, Clay Fancher, Emery Fancher, Allie Fancher, Kylie Brown and Baby Girl Sartin due in November.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Alex and Iola Boudreaux, brothers, Irving and Jerry Boudreaux, sister in law, Cherry Boudreaux and brothers in law, Manuel Daigle and Sam Eastham.

Pallbearers will be Logan Thompson, Cary Myers, Ben Myers, Brandon Boudreaux, Beau Myers, and Landon Bauer.

Honorary pallbearers will be Kenny Tate and Jesse Gray.

Calvin was on the Zachary City Council for 24 years. He played football at Southeastern and was inducted into the Baker High School Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

His favorite place was spending time on his back patio filled with family and friends and his greatest love was his family…his wife, children, brothers, sister, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Published online by Charlet Funeral Home, Zachary, Louisiana.


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